NEA full teaching support pack - £45.00

Includes: NEA introduction PowerPoint, Student support handbook, GFA NEA sample, ArcGIS basics guide, 28 editable fieldwork technique data collection sheets, our physical and human methods menu. The student support handbook is designed to be printed off and provided to students to help them through the whole process of their NEA from planning their enquiry to evaluating it's success. It is complimented by an introductory PowerPoint lesson introducing the NEA. Our NEA sample is designed to provide students with an idea of how they may structure their investigation and the scale required. In addition. it provides ideas of how to integrate literature references, a comparative study, methodologies and a variety of modern data presentation formats. The editable fieldwork data collection sheets, all provide an explanation of each method, as well as a suggested format in which the information may be collected. The sheets are designed to provide a scaffolding for students to edit / customise to create their own bespoke data collection booklets. NB: Our team have developed these resources over the last 12 months and they are used in all of our NEA courses. They guide students through all stages of the investigation from choosing a suitable aim to writing a reflective evaluation. The handbook includes 16 pages of detailed direction and support including ArcGIS guidance, examples of a range of modern data presentation formats, and suggestions on how to tackle the literature review, sampling and risk assessments. A range of suggested secondary sources are also provided as is guidance on referencing and background research. Although the guides refer to human and physical fieldwork opportunities in a coastal setting, most of these techniques and suggestions are transferable to other locations, with both resources being editable for you to customise. If you would like an electronic copy of these resources, please send us a message on the 'contact us' page. We will then forward an invoice for the cost of the resources and will then electronically send you these on receipt of your payment. Price: £45.00

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NEA support handbook and PowerPoint - £25.00

Our detailed student support handbook is designed to be printed off and provided to students to help them through the whole process of their NEA from planning their enquiry to evaluating it's success. It is complimented by an introductory PowerPoint lesson on the NEA. Our team have developed these resources over the last 12 months and they are used in all NEA courses. They guide students through all stages of the investigation from choosing a suitable aim to writing a reflective evaluation. The handbook includes 16 pages of detailed direction and advise including ArcGIS guidance, examples of a range of modern data presentation formats, and suggestions on how to tackle the literature review, sampling and risk assessments. A range of suggested secondary sources are also provided as is guidance on referencing and background research. Although the guides reference to human and physical fieldwork opportunities in a coastal setting, most of these techniques and suggestions are transferable to other locations, with both resources being editable for you to customise. If you would like an electronic copy of both the NEA support handbook the accompanying PowerPoint, please send us a message on the 'contact us' page. We will then forward an invoice for the cost of the resources and will then electronically send you these on receipt of your payment. NB: The picture shown here is of the first 8 pages of this document only. Price: £25.00

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Our 3 day NEA itinerary

We have two options for residential fieldwork in Southwold, based in our newly renovated classroom in the Summer Theatre. The attached itinerary details the arrangements we provide for our 3-day, 2 night course. The logistics, focus and timings of this course can be made bespoke to your group. We also deliver a split residential course over two separate overnight visits.

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Southwold's NEA opportunities

What a beautiful place! Southwold oozes Geography and offers great potential for coastal studies, focusing on erosion, management, sand dunes, conflicts and sea level rise. Whilst equally the town has plenty going on worth exploring too; this is a gentrification hotspot, a place with shifting demographics, debatable regeneration successes and a seasonal tourist economy. This document provides an initial summary of the potential NEA lines of enquiry in Southwold.

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